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PLEASE DO NOT CREATE A NEW THREAD ON THE SAME SUBJECT YOU ALREADY HAVE A THREAD OPEN FOR... It is wasteful of our time and will cause less people to want to help you in regards to your issue.. I would SUGGEST that you append this information to your existing thread and see if people will respond accordingly..
OK, I figured out the issue. My HTML code works fine. The problem was that I hadn't understood the difference between the use of ROWNUM in the SQL source query and the built-in substitution string #ROWNUM#. So what I had done was put ROWNUM as one of the fields of the query, which of course meant that #ROWNUM# now referred to that field instead of the built-in substitution string. Duh.